AskSam's $US30 SurfSaver Pro 2 and Giage's $US179 WebSpace Professional go beyond browser bookmark tools to help you save and organise information - in very different ways.
SurfSaver Pro 2 adds special search and page-save features to Internet Explorer that permit you to store material in a virtual file cabinet. You can share files with users on a network, and assign keywords, notes and other properties to pages - useful for subsequent searches. Links on saved pages remain live; when you click one, SurfSaver checks for a local copy. A free desktop-only version of the program displays ads while saving content.
WebSpace Profes-sional incorporates Internet Explorer technology into multi-panel WebSpaces (virtual file cabinets that differ from SurfSaver's). You can collect information from such disparate sources as the Web (while you surf), e-mail, and your contact database. And you can view Outlook 2000 e-mail and contacts from within WebSpace.
If you need instant archiving of basic Web pages, SurfSaver Pro 2 qualifies as an excellent solution. WebSpace Professional, on the other hand, is worth a look only if you can take advantage of its Outlook integration; otherwise, you'll find similar help for less money elsewhere.
AskSam Systems SurfSaver Pro 2
Giage WebSpace Professional